Steven Gladstone

Steven Gladstone

Steven Gladstone is a New York-based filmmaker who has worked in the industry for more than 20 years as an animation/motion control cameraman, gaffer, camera assistant, D.P., and director. He spent a year and a half videotaping Holocaust survivors for the Survivors of the Shoah project and has a Master of Communication Arts degree. When he isn't working at B&H, he pursues personal filmmaking projects and spends time with his children. His personal website is www.gladstonefilms.com.

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Just in time for NAB, we here at B&H are dizzy with delight to share with you the Wooden Camera Zip Focus follow focus system. Designed to clamp onto a single support rod, the Zip Focus is available in two versions, one for...
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The team from B&H Photo is at NAB 2018, keeping you up to date on the exciting releases we find. JVC has grabbed our attention by announcing several cameras and production gear to fit you needs. Here in the town in the desert are the new cameras, the GY-HM180,...
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Here at B&H Photo, we are pleased to share news of SmallHD's new 5" OLED FOCUS On-Camera monitor and the SDI version of the IPS LCD 5" FOCUS...
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We here at B&H Photo are happy to announce the SYRP Genie II Motion Control System. Smaller and more versatile than the original system, the Genie II consists of two modules that mount on your slider, providing smooth and repeatable motorized pan/tilt and tracking movements. Available as two separate modules; the...
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Ikan twists teleprompting on its head with Three Elite Tablet & iPad Light Stand Teleprompters. Taking advantage of the advances in mobile device technology, these three prompters cut away the unnecessary weight and gear, focusing on a tablet-based monitor for mirrorless or DSLR camera systems. The system is available in three configurations:...
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Just in time for NAB, we here at B&H Photo are happy to announce the Syrp Magic Carpet Pro, slider kits, and components, supporting up to 70 pounds of camera and accessories over a single length of track, and up to 50 pounds when using track extensions. The Magic Carpet Pro is a smooth-riding slider, ready to handle cameras ranging from mirrorless and DSLR, all the way up to full size Digital...
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Blackmagic Design continues to push the envelope when it comes to its presence in the broadcast video world. Featuring an integrated B4 mount, the URSA Broadcast Camera is a field-ready 4K ENG camera that easily converts to a full-featured studio camera. The B4...
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The Celere HS line of full-frame Cine Lenses has been gaining in popularity since it was first introduced late in 2015, when the...
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So, you’ve got your camera and now what? Whether it be of the digital cinema, ENG, camcorder,...
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Here at B&H, we are pleased to announce that we now offer the new S1 6K Professional VR Camera from Z CAM. The S1 shoots high-quality spherical VR video at 6K/30 or 4K/60 fps, spherical video being a 360˚ panoramic view extending 90˚ up and down for a 360 x 180˚ field of view. Using a...
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Here at B&H Photo, we want to announce three new camcorders from Panasonic. The V800, VX1, and...
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Happening at CES 2018, the Pro Video Department at B&H Photo is happy to bring you news of the SmallHD 703 Bolt monitor. Combining the design wizardry of Small HD with the technical prowess of Teradek, the 703 Bolt is a 7" daylight-viewable monitor with a built-in 300' Teradek...
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Although I must admit to a fondness for MOS sequences, when shooting dialog, I prefer to get clean sound on set. But this isn’t always easy, and sometimes it’s not possible at all. Fixing audio problems in post is never satisfying, and I start to dream of just doing all the dialog in post. In many ways, this makes sense, as on-set time is incredibly expensive, and never having to do an additional...
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In addition to working on commercials, documentaries, and feature-length films, I’ve experienced the pleasure and misery of working with low-budget and first-time filmmakers. Most of these filmmakers tend to make the same mistakes and, sadly, I must admit that when I’ve made my own short films, I’ve gone down the rabbit hole and made some of the same mistakes against which I’ve cautioned others....
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Once upon a time, compression was a dirty word, but the reality is that compression is occurring throughout the image taking process. Your lens compresses the image, unless you are shooting 1:1 macro. You could consider the Bayer filter on your sensor a form of compression, (referred to as Color Sampling Ratio) and, of course, there is the codec (compressor/decompressor), format, and bit-rate you...
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